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Win Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 graphics cards - Perfect for low cost budget 4K HTPC
(2019-01-11, 16:14)Warner306 Wrote: If you are sticking with Windows, Kodi can play everything but HDR10 content. For HDR10 content, you must use an external media player such as MPC-HC or MPC-BE. This player would only launch when a 4K HDR file is played.

You can find out how to do it here: 209596 (thread)

If you are committed to doing this, the RX 560 is a much better GPU than the GT 1030.
Please forgive the slightly off-topic post, but just a note to anyone who might have read the above... I found out too late that the RX500-series GPUs are limited by the HDMI 2.0 port, which won't allow 10 bpc when 4k 60Hz is selected.
It will work over Display Port, but not over the HDMI 2.0 port.
The point being that the 1030 might be the better option of the two (GTX 10-series has HDMI 2.0a or 2.0b, not sure which)
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That is a limitation of HDMI 2.0a/b and considered normal. 4K 60Hz 8-bit RGB uses the full 18 Gbps bandwidth of HDMI 2.0, so that is not abnormal.

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I think you were using madVR, so you can safely output at 8-bits at 60 Hz and not have any issues with color banding because dithering is used. It will look identical to 10-bits or 12-bits. If you own an LG OLED, 8-bit output with Ordered or Error Diffusion Dithering has been proven to actually look better than 12-bit output with less banding. I wouldn't worry about it and certainly wouldn't change GPUs over it.

https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p...ost1847036
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still can´t understand why nvidia lies about  1030.
look this

GIGABYTE
Línea
GT1030SERIE 1000
ModeloGT 1030 Silent Low Profile 2G
Versión LOW PROFILE
rocesamiento de gráficos GeForce® GT 1030
Core Clock Boost: 1506 MHz / Base: 1252 MHz en modo OC
Boost: 1468 MHz / Base: 1227 MHz en modo de juego
Núcleos CUDA® 384
Reloj de memoria 6008 MHz
Tamaño de memoria 2 GB
Tipo de memoria GDDR5
Memory Bus 64 bit
Salida DVI-D * 1
HDMI-2.0b * 1 (Resolución máxima: 4096x2160 a 60 Hz)
Resolución máxima digital 4096 X 2160
Vista múltiple 2
Tamaño de la tarjeta H = 35.9 L = 174.9 W = 68.9 mm
PCB Form Low Profile
DirectX 12
OpenGL 4.5
PSU recomendado 300W

so  why gt 1030 can´t playback 4k in 60z...
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I'd say Kodi can do 4K60(ish) on a GT1030 just fine.

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(2019-04-17, 23:00)Klojum Wrote: I'd say Kodi can do 4K60(ish) on a GT1030 just fine.

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Can yyou test playback 4k -HDR 10 bits content.. pliss.. just to be secure
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(2019-04-18, 00:33)defleppard Wrote: Can yyou test playback 4k -HDR 10 bits content

If only if you had said that in your previous post...
Buy me a new 4K HDR TV, then I will test it. Wink

Speaking of which: how many 4K TV's can do 60fps already these days? Every one of them?
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(2019-04-18, 07:54)Klojum Wrote: Speaking of which: how many 4K TV's can do 60fps already these days? Every one of them? 

Pretty much every UHD TV sold now is capable of 2160p60, and has HDMI 2.0 compatible inputs. It was only the very early models that were limited to the HDMI 1.4b restrictions that meant they had a maximum 4K frame rate of 30p.

Early models which supported 2160p50/60 only did so with 4:2:0 sources (and in fact some HDMI 1.4b-only TVs got a software upgrade to support 2160p50/60 at 4:2:0 as it was within HDMI 1.4b bandwidth limits), rather than accepting 4:2:2 or 4:4:4 sources at 2160p50/60.

There are still some TVs on sale now that only support full bandwidth 2160p on some, but not all, of their HDMI inputs.
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Thinking about buying this videocard for 4k. I have a G3258 intel processor, will the processor create a bottleneck?

Thanks
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(2019-04-18, 00:33)defleppard Wrote: playback 4k -HDR 10 bits
Everything works great on amd a4-5300 and Gigabyte GT1030 Silent Low Profile 2G
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And it played in mpc-be + madvr, kodi cant output hdr.
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(2019-05-03, 11:06)Бaton Wrote: Everything works great on amd a4-5300 and Gigabyte GT1030 Silent Low Profile 2G

Sorry, but I don't think that anyone will be able to read the statistics on that screenshot.

(2019-05-03, 11:15)Бaton Wrote: kodi cant output hdr

Yet.
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I've been wanting to build a HTPC to use only for Kodi for my Samsung Q6F 65" 4K TV for a while.
I can get a Dell Optiplex 7010 with an Core i5-3470 for pretty cheap.

Will it be enough to play 4K BluRay HDR REMUX movies with a GT 1030?

I don't need to able to play 60fps 4K stuff.
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(2019-05-04, 18:35)Analmouse Wrote: I can get a Dell Optiplex 7010 with an Core i5-3470 for pretty cheap.
Will it be enough to play 4K BluRay HDR REMUX movies with a GT 1030?

Kodi and video play is not about CPU grunt and power, it's about GPU processing power.
The GT1030 can do 8K video on an equally old but less grunty Intel G1620 machine.
I think your Dell box will be okay.
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Klojum

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When kodi can I will be happy.
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@Бaton

Please post a screenshot that we can actually read, and not (again) a thumbnail.
Use the i-button in the text editor's menu bar to upload your picture.
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